Written and compiled by M. Hope 2022 and research assistance from Jan Byrne 1939-2011 This post won’t be for everyone. It is a post that I feel I need to write about because we have so many William APPS’ in Camden, New South Wales area, they are being very much confused and recorded in the… Continue reading The Saga of six William APPS’. From Kent to Camden
Well, goodbye 2020, it has been a disordely time for many. Fortunately, for me, I live in Australia and have been very, very lucky, although we have had a few bouts of lockdown, to date, I have come out unscathed. Yes, I am aware how lucky I have been and I am full of empathy… Continue reading Hello 2021
Ann Smith 1834-1905. A woman of stamina.
Assessment Task 4: Research Plan. Above Image: Port Arthur 2018 Introduction: My great-great-great-uncle William PARKER (No. 1 on pedigree chart), was transported to Van Diemen's Land in 1835. The same year his father John, and brothers, Ambrose and John arrived in New South Wales as convicts. His brother Thomas, was also sentenced and transported to… Continue reading Research Plan
The things we never knew and how they made a good life from bad! Thank you Hay community for preserving this history and sharing it with the wider community.
A monument found near the Hay Showgrounds this morning. Interesting!
We had a lovely time with family over Easter. Archie and Nash had so much fun at Cambewarra with the horses and splashing in the creek. I love family time. ❤️ Darlene and I visited Aunty Beryl, our maternal matriarch. She looked well and said she was settling into her new home. We enjoyed Yum… Continue reading On The Road Again.